View from the service park: Croatia

Twenty months on from the last pure asphalt round of the FIA World Rally Championship, last weekend’s Croatia Rally reminded us just what we’d been missing. The competition took one of the busiest WRC entries – bolstered by all three support series – and put the cars and crews through some of the most challenging asphalt stages in the sport. Kalle Rovanperä was the youngest ever WRC series leader coming into Croatia, 19-year-old Oliver Solberg stunned on his World Rally Car debut at the previous round at Arctic Rally Finland and now Fourmaux, just four years into his time in the sport. From memory, it’s also the first time the WRC has been lit up in a fountain!.

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